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From the LonG Ranger home made movie. I played a gambler who,
along with other gamblers beat the living daylights out of Tonto.
Electrical tape on tooth works great for missing teeth look.
That's my real hair.

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Jason Anderson18-Jan-2009 15:02
I always wondered when Tonto was finally going to snap. Good for him, Loan Arrangers have screwed too many people lately.
Hodero07-Sep-2006 14:27
Now I understand....
1moremile27-Aug-2006 02:15
Yeah, right!
Dan Chusid27-Aug-2006 00:27
Nice look. Could fit right in today!
Eldar Kadymov28-Jun-2006 13:31
Since it was movie about gamblers & cowboys ( just looking at the fancy scarf on your neck ) I might assume that Doc Holliday himself treated your teeth . Hopefully, movie had happy ending as that doc was pretty tough on gambling friends :-)
Mimi17-Jun-2006 01:26
You are not lucky in this picture ;-))
John Cooper16-Jun-2006 20:46
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
You are not being beholden in this one Larry.
1moremile16-Jun-2006 00:09
You saying I'm not just another pretty face?
dan dunn15-Jun-2006 10:22
Tough to look at....DD
1moremile14-Jun-2006 09:20
She is scary. Sean Penn is scary also. In fact so is......
LeeG14-Jun-2006 05:39
All us good Americans are afraid of them Long Hairs ...and Liza Minelle.
John Cooper12-Jun-2006 19:35
Great explanation, glad I asked.
You sure get a lot of abuse in America if your hair is more than a few millimetres long.
What is it that frightens them so much.
LeeG12-Jun-2006 02:29
Hippy punk long hair rebel.
1moremile11-Jun-2006 09:03
Well, the Lone Ranger sent Tonto to town to buy some more silver bullets. Tonto made a wrong decision in town; he went to the saloon instead of Robert's Market, which sells silver bullets. There was a crooked poker game ( I was part of) in progress but when he wanted in on it we beat the living daylights out of him.
Badly beaten, he could barely drag his butt back to his only true friend, L.R. who showed no sympathy but promptly demanded the bullets. Finding out that Tonto failed to buy them he shot Tonto, but forgot he was out of bullets. Tonto was just a little ticked off at his lack of appreciation for what Tonto had just been through. Noticing L.R.'s mane a little shaggy he gave him a painful "haircut" with his trusty knife. End of our story.
John Cooper11-Jun-2006 08:03
Larry, drift a bit more this way. Why did Tonto give the L.R. a haircut ?
Dave Beedon10-Jun-2006 09:42
A cultural icon of my childhood degraded! Oh, the shame of it all.
1moremile10-Jun-2006 00:23
Aw, jeez! You doesn't has to do that. This was only a movie, Dave. Make believe. btw at the end of our movie, Tonto, that "faithful Indian companion" gives the L.R. a haircut, if you get my drift.
Dave Beedon10-Jun-2006 00:04
Long-haired hippie freak! If you ever pass though my town you'll learn what a haircut is all about. We monitor the roads for incoming VW vans with out-of-state plates. And you beat up Tonto, the Lone Ranger's "faithful Indian companion" and sometimes gofer? I'm canceling my subscription to the "Kentucky/Michigan Times" in protest.
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